CORPORATIONS: Ford's War Cabinet

Out of the radical palace shifts following the crisis in empire, there emerged last week five new faces on the board of directors of Ford Motor Co. For the first time, some of the men who had toiled anonymously in the palace sculleries stepped into the throne room. Now they would act as President Henry Ford's war cabinet, would help him rule his fabulous domain.

Tough, bantam-sized Harry Bennett, who long served without formal title, finally received one: director. Boosted with him were:

¶Plumpish, diplomatic Ray R. Rausch, 49, most affable, best-liked of...

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